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This one reminds me of Oregon’s “Enchanted Forest.” For 1.5million EU it’s a contender, and it looks like it has a bunch of side buildings as well and quite a lot of grounds.     http://www.bellesdemeures.com/annonces/achat-de-prestige/chateau/chateauroux-36/la-loge-notz-cre-touvent/79619313.htm?ci=360044&idqfix=1&idtt=8&idtypebien=13&tri=d_dt_crea&bd=li_LienAnn_Photo
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This one looks run down, but you can’t beat the setting! Tons of great castles and chateaux in the area, we’ll probably drive around and see what else we can find. http://www.selectionhabitat.com/agence-immobiliere/38775/immobilier/aveyron/sud-aveyron/chateau.html?page=1
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I know by now my best bet will be a ginormous castle that looks like a ‘real’ castle, with luxurious old furnishings to die for. It’s got to have history and style to attract writers who love bygone eras, but enough comfort and bling to make entrepreneurs looking for a great place to start their...
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I love this one; fairy tale perfect. The outside is impressive.   The inside is perfect.   But it seems to be about 5 million. That’s more than I have in mind – however, it’s just 1000 people pitching in $5000. Don’t you think we could pull it off? Property listing here.    
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This lovely castle is only £1.2 million. I love the facade and towers, but it was only built in 1906 so it’s lacking history. It has a more modern, austere feeling and sparse furnishing, and I really want the luxurious French decorations in the bigger chateaus. The view is amazing though.  
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Here’s something a little more realistic, for around 1 million USD. http://www.luxuryestate.com/p10236150-castle-for-sale-gignac The inside isn’t as grand, the ceilings not as high. The furniture will need to be replaced and the interior redesigned to make it more luxurious. But the outside is tough to beat.
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This is the insanely picturesque Château de la Motte Chandeniers.  I found the following description of its history. In the midst of a large mass of wood stands the castle of Motte-Chandeniers former fief reported to the king. From the thirteenth century the manor, then called Motte Bauçay was owned by the illustrious family Bauçay. On...
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